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  • Hi Corey, check out the first comment response I did on this thread! It should answer your question:

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  • Thanks I'll go see what I can do with your Advice. Currently i'm trying to make it so you can sit "inside" my car and look around while being inside. But I noticed that the camera's have a collusion field around them that pushed the object away as you get too close. Is there a way to make it so you can deactivate this function while still being able to control the object.

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  • Check out the Look Around template! It uses gyroscope functionality to put objects around you but not attached to the surface and not intractable. Additionally, you could attach the object directly to the camera by making it a child of the camera object. Both ways (or a combination of both) might work for your use case. Info on the Look around template can be found here:

    And more elaboration on tracking modes can be found here:

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  • Thanks a bunch, ill get back to you with my finished project when I get around to it.

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  • I think I have done it in my last lens that was specially made for son day you can see here its details and learn if its the same that you required.

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